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Qualifying times - Watkins Glen.


1. Helio Castroneves Penkse Dallara-Toyota 1m 30.6688s 133.806mph
2. Giorgio Pantano Ganassi Panoz-Toyota 1m 30.6903s 133.774mph
3. Patrick Carpentier Cheever Dallara-Chevrolet 1m 30.7889s 133.629mph
4. Scott Dixon Ganassi Panoz-Toyota 1m 30.8783s 133.497mph
5. Tony Kanaan AGR Dallara-Honda 1m 30.9576s 133.381mph
6. Dario Franchitti AGR Dallara-Honda 1m 31.2215s 132.995mph
7. Vitor Meira Rahal Panoz-Honda 1m 32.5647s 131.065mph
8. Buddy Rice Rahal Panoz-Honda 1m 32.8638s 130.643mph
9. Dan Wheldon AGR Dallara-Honda 1m 32.9704s 130.493mph
10. Tomas Scheckter Panther Dallara-Chevrolet 1m 33.0504s 130.381mph
11. Sam Hornish Jr Penske Dallara-Toyota 1m 33.3512s 129.961mph
12. Tomas Enge Panther Dallara-Chevrolet 1m 33.3885s 129.909mph
13. Alex Barron Cheever Dallara-Chevrolet 1m 33.4835s 129.777mph
14. Bryan Herta AGR Dallara-Honda 1m 33.6694s 129.519mph
15. Kosuke Matsuura SAFR Panoz-Honda 1m 33.7564s 129.399mph
16. Danica Patrick Rahal Panoz-Honda 1m 33.8566s 129.261mph
17. Roger Yasukawa Dreyer&Reinbold Dallara-Toyota 1m 34.5492s 128.314mph
18. Scott Sharp Fernandez Dallara-Toyota 1m 34.9094s 127.827mph
19. Jeff Bucknum Foyt Dallara-Chevrolet 1m 35.4310s 127.129mph
20. Ed Carpenter Vision Dallara-Chevrolet 1m 37.9000s 123.922mph


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